Tecam has been awarded a new project for the treatment of volatile organic compounds (VOC) and odours emissions derived from the wastewater treatment plant within a refinery in Eastern Europe.
Under the terms of the agreement, Tecam will supply this refinery with regenerative thermal oxidiser (RTO) equipment, which is the most optimal solution after analysing the technical requirements of the customer, taking into account the air flow to be treated and the nature and characteristics of the gases emitted. This RTO system is expected to eliminate 99.9% of the polluting VOC emissions in the refinery.
This solution is getting more and more common in industrial sectors, not only in municipal wastewater treatment. Moreover, it fully complies with BREF recommendations by the European Commission.
“We are delighted to have been awarded this new project in Eastern Europe,” said Bernat Sala, Tecam CEO. “Environmental technology has proved to be profitable for companies while allowing them to adapt to the strictest environmental legislation. We are now at a decisive moment for the environmental sector.”
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/refining/09052022/tecam-contract-for-refinery-in-eastern-europe/
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